Synonyms of fret in English:

fret


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verb

1‘the workers fretted about being displaced by machines’

SYNONYMS
worry, be anxious, feel uneasy, be distressed, be upset, upset oneself, concern oneself, feel unhappy
agonize, anguish, sorrow, sigh, pine, brood, mope
fuss, make a fuss, complain, grumble, whine, eat one's heart out
informal stew, feel peeved

2‘his absence began to fret her’

SYNONYMS
trouble, bother, concern, perturb, disturb, disquiet, disconcert, make anxious, cause anxiety, distress, upset, torment, alarm, panic, cause to panic, agitate
informal rattle, eat away at
archaic pother
ANTONYMS

comfort